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. it hurts me to see what steve ross, the owner of the miami dolphins have done to the team. i cannot imagine that this would have ever gone on in a don schuler locker room. i say to steve ross, the owner of the dolphins, you are the one who needs to man up and go into the locker room and explain the buck stops with you. set the standards, set the tone of what the miami dolphins should be like. we have lost the people like dan merino and the people that were part of the community that were role models. it's what folks expect. they expect more in a community. steve ross needs to stop asking me to pay for his roof on the stadium. stop going after the legislatures who did not vote for it and start getting control of his football team, which is obvious to the entire country, he is not in control of. >> you know, it's hard, guys, for people to understand especially in a rough and tumble sport that you can have this big guy and they think the way to deal with it is become a bully himself. he was standing up for himself. he went to the right people. he said listen, i'm having trouble then he left th
rifle. that corroborates what we're hearing from sources and eyewitnesses we have spoken from. steve moore, you're a retired fbi agent. worked closures for suspected terrorist incidents at l.a.x. both as a terrorist supervisor and s.w.a.t. member. steve, my first question, just really pertained to here we have this massive airport. i suppose if you were to find a silver lining, it's the fact there have to be cameras everywhere. correct? >> yes, you're going to be able to trace them from the time he walked into the terminal all the way through to everything he did. right now, you have the big problem of clearing the entire airport. and the reason these people are being held is not just to make sure everything is clear, as you have already said, but it's very possible that the gunman didn't act alone. so you have to insure that he did. and the way you do that is to interview and identify everybody there. because maybe he had a partner, maybe he chickened out and is now trying to blend in to the crowd. maybe this is one of those attacks that is just designed to channel people from one a
't show evidence of the victim's dna, then what does that mean for the trial? i'm joined now by steve moore, he is a retired supervisy special agent for the fbi. he was also part of a congressional briefing this week looking into this case. good to see you. >> good morning. how are you? >> i'm doing good. so at this briefing, you talked about the investigation by italian police. what was your main message? >> my main message was that this is one of the most poorly conducted investigations i had ever seen outside of a third world country. it was frighteningly bad. and of course, you know, garbage in, garbage out. they were -- they had decided who they were going to convict before the forensic evidence ever came back. and they've been trying to hold on to that since then. >> so at what point did you come to this conclusion? because at the very beginning, you didn't believe that amanda knox was innocent. what changed your mind along the way? >> well, i come from a law enforcement family. so when the police say somebody's guilty, i kind of think -- i give them the benefit of the doubt. wh
at watching out for his little girl who as a toddler had her eyes on bigger things. producer, steve peterson. >> they were doing something. miley was 2 1/2, maybe. they are on a barn and miley was standing on a landing. billy said be careful, honey. she put her hands on her hips and said i'm not afraid of anything. that's 2 1/2. >> fearless and bold. two traits that continued to define her as she grew up, went to school and became a cheerleader. >> she went to a private evangelical school, christian school for a year. >> rolling stone editor josh had rare access to miley. she was asked to leave after a year. she has a couple different versions of why. i'm not sure which is the one. one version she told the class what french kissing was. another version her teacher was an older woman who got around on a motorized scooter and miley stole it and was cruising around the classroom on the scooter. whatever the case was, it was not the perfect fit. >> what was a great fit for miley? ♪ >> music. >> miley was a good student. she worked hard and she didn't fight your advice. >> renee williams was mi
yesterday in district 3. and the victory of his candidates. as you all know, steve and i have had a good relationship over the last four years, i don't see any reason that that's going to change over the next four. we committed once again yesterday, today, rather, with each other to work together over the next number of years. and in fact we'll meet tomorrow in trenton to begin to lay out the agenda for the lame duck session and for the new session that will begin in january after the inauguration. so we're going to continue to work together. do the same things we've done before. it's produced a good result, that the people of new jersey seem pretty happy with. if that's the case, there's no reason to fix it if it's not broken. think the public came to that conclusion. and so it's my job now to make it happen. and that's exactly what i intend to do over the course of the next four years. so, even though i've been extraordinarily available on the trail to answer all the people's questions, to allow them to talk to me during the times when we had no availabilities, i know there's been a li
job and steve mcnair made sure that everyone felt happy. >> so incognito got a lot of criticism for juicie i using th in the alleged texts. he talks about that let's listen. >> it is a word that i have heard john use a lot. it is not right for when i did it in the voice mail. there are colorful words in the locker room that we don't use in every day life. the fact of the matter remains that was left on a private voice mail for my friend and it was a joke. >> does that change the argument of what is appropriate and what is going too far and what is really going on here? >> you know, i'm trying not to laugh because that rationale he shared with us is so freaking bogus i can't believe he was coached to say that. we saw him use that word outside of the locker room in a public space. he was thumbping around and yelling the n word. for him to suggest this was something that he said only in the locker room or something that he heard a black person say so it is okay to say it. that is ridiculous. he was well coached to try to sound as sensible as possible. we have seen too much. >> so w
spoke with steve mills the next door neighbor. listen to this. >> this past summer the littlest one was running up the street crying and hollering and panicking saying mister can i come ins please i'm s ttarving. we figured he's new, he is getting used to the area. and being with a new family and new siblings so we thought nothing of it. >> and wanda sue larson and dorean lee harper are supposed to make their first court appearance tomorrow. >> november 22nd, 1963 changed america. actor tom hanks tells us what president kennedy's assassination means to him. out. you sat out most of our game yesterday! asthma doesn't affect my job... you were out sick last week. my asthma doesn't bother my family... you coughed all through our date night! i hardly use my rescue inhaler at all. what did you say? how about - every day? coping with asthma isn't controlling it. test your level of control at asthma.com, then talk to your doctor. there may be more you could do for your asthma. is what makes us different. we take the time to get to know you and your unique health needs. then we help create
neighbor i spoke to named steve mills. he talked to me earlier this summer. take a listen. >> there was a kid unthe street, crying, hollering, he was panicking. mr., can i have spg to eat? i'm starved. >> i was making a sandwich to be hungry. so we didn't think nothing of it. the other two come up and said he's new. he's just getting used to the area and being with a new family and new siblings. and so we thought nothing of it. >> i think the most troubling thing out of this all, don, is the fact that the adopted mother, she worked for social services. this is somebody who's supposed to protect children like this. >> not that there's any excuse, nick, but she should know better. >> we're watching a se vooer weather line. maybe severe, we need a better word. this has been deadly. two people have died. 37 people have been injured. we've been speaking to the emergency corrector in illinois. look at this, it's not over yet. we'll follow it for you here on cnn. there is major damage in kokomo. make sure you stay with us, we'll be right back. >>> take us through it. i understand
of the business of pot. >> let's break down the legal marijuana business with our guest. steve deangelo is the president of arc view investors network and long time marijuana activist. he joins us via skype. he is in prague. then jaman shybly. former manager at microsoft and co-founder of diego peliser, a company aiming to be the starbucks of pot. that is very interesting. i think you will be a very wealthy man one day. i will tell you why in just a minute. he joins us from seattle. then kevin sabet. he opposes legal pot. kevin and i have talked about this many times. we are getting to be old friends. he worked for the drug administration with the obama and bush administrations. he wrote the book "reefer sanity" and he is not hearing anything. first to you, you said it will mint more money than microsoft, kevin. how do you figure? >> it under a global regime of prohibition per the united nations 1961 single convention treaty to which virtually every country in the world is a signatory. notable exceptions such as uruguay exist. those point to a key of why prohibition is coming to a
. was the white house aware of these concerns at the time? >> steve, we've said all along -- i know there's selective leaks going on out of various house committees of -- as they conduct oversight into this, but we've said all along that there were in the testing of this instances where there were problems that were identified and fixes that were undertaken to the website. what we did not expect was that we would have the size problem that we had come october 1st. if we had expected that, we'd won't have been promoting the launch of the website and the run up to it in the way that they were. the president was very candid about that. i mean, it does not stand the test of logic to suggest that we somehow knew that the website would perform as poorly as it did. and a week before, four days before, we're encouraging people to go to it and talking about how it would be fairly functional and effective. so there's no question, if the point of the selective leaks is to get everybody to recognize that the website pinched terribly on october 1st, i don't think that's a point that anybody here is de
she saw nothing funny about his plight, she named him little steve martin. and he joined the ranks of animals needing ep extricating themselves from a man-made object. it could be chris mass lights on a deer antlers or a peanut butter jar on a skung. fish and wildlife officers staked out the property for a few days. and finally a sharp shooter perched on her second floor nailed the deer with a training lieser. >> they carefully unscrewed the point of the arrow. >> reporter: then pulled out the shaft and gave him antibuy on theics. by the time he staggered to his feet, prognosis was excellent. success. the arrow was out. she announced on her facebook page. she even got to keep the arrow as a souvenir. the arrow now sits on her mantle. and only one thing could make this happy ending even happier for her. she wishes the real steve martin would reach out to her. maybe they could turn this into a children's story. the deer tha got the shaft. >> he became such a big part of my life for a week and a day. >> reporter: cnn, new york. >> that does it for me today. i'm carol costello. thank y
in handcuffs to this wall. here is steve langford from affiliate wcbs. >> i'm the one that hired you in this job, man. >> reporter: the mayor of monticello, new york, arrested and handcuffed to a wall on suspicion of drunk driving. throwing that clock leads to another charge against mayor gordon jenkins, whose dwi arrest is the latest episode in a history of hostility between the police here and the mayor, according to his attorney. >> people in monticello who formed his base have suffered indignities at the hands of the same police officers. and they understand what he was saying. >> don't call me sir. don't call me sir. >> mayor, is that better? >> don't call me mayor. call me [ bleep ] because that's what i am. >> reporter: there's more, much more. hours of video released of the mayor not happy with his arrest. >> what are you going to do? put me in jail for five years? i'll get out in five years and i'm going to [ bleep ] tell you what the [ bleep ] you did to me, and you're going to -- and i'm going to come back to you. >> reporter: village trustee filed the request to release t
a little information that i obtained, steve cowan at the pennsylvania department of transportation tells me that although they didn't get much snowfall last night and this morning, they have 64 trucks out there covering the bridges and overpasses and beaver and lawrence counties no the fa that are from here there was more significant snowfall, 8 to 12 inches and they have about 24 trucks there and a lot of people want to know what about air conditions, travel conditions for the airports, we're not that far from pittsburgh international. i spoke with joanne jenny, she tells me all operations are pretty normal there right now, no significant delays or cancellations due to weather. >> all right, so far so good. shannon travis, thanks so much. >>> here is a look at what those of you in the northeast will battle on the roads today. snow from charleston, west virginia, up to syracuse, new york, that's in new york state, and the east coast of course will continue to be slammed by cold rain and the winds are going to pick up later this afternoon and that may cause real problems. cnn's pamela brown
son steve face down in the front yard. >> my husband ran out and started rescue breathing. and i ran in and got the narcan. right here. he was laying on his back. totally blue. so the narcan, as soon as it got into his nostrils, he started to stir and wake up. and came to. thank god for narcan. >> narcan is distributed as part of massachusetts opioid prevention program. >> it was targeted for high-risk injection drug users. we soon started learning about parents going to needle exchanges. >> today, they distribute the product to addicts, first responders, and learn to cope, a support group for parents of addicts. linda has been going to learn to cope meetings for the past nine years. >> nasal narcan, the overdose reversal drug is available at every meeting. if you're in this room, you should have narcan. >> they have distributed hundreds of kits to its members who have managed to reverse at least nine overdoses. >> tinging of the lips, fingernails, anything like that, also. if you -- >> it's ready to administer, and it will go up one nostril. >> you must, must, must have narcan if yo
of those, editor of arc view market research in seattle. good to see you, steve. we see all of these numbers. are you really surprised by how much has changed here? >> well, i personally am not surprised to the extent that i've been working in the industry and seeing the tremendous growth that's going on in the space. and of course, new regulations in the form of marijuana laws, legal marijuana laws in new states that are allowing medical marijuana. and in states that have had medical allow lying for full legalization or so-called adult use marijuana, specifically in colorado and washington, really explain why we're seeing the legal national marijuana markets on such a huge growth trajectory. >> and people say it is a very bad thing and it could lead to much more serious drugs. and then the tax issue. colorado just voted a tax on legal marijuana sales. do you think that taxes could make it so expensive that some pot smokers just go back underground? >> well, certainly the interaction between tax rates on legal marijuana and what that implies about its pricing versus marijuan
endangered ferrell's five children. joining us is a former police detective, steve kardian. they have quoted the judge as saying, he's concerned about the nature of these charges after reviewing the dashcam video. so who put whom in danger here? >> well, it's inherent. we know as law enforcement personnel, we don't shoot at a moving veekd. the probability we're going to shoot out the tires is like nonexistent, and we have to account for every bullet. but what kind of mom places her children in this kind of danger? >> and aren't you told not to get out of the car? do we know -- i guess the dashcam video shows. there's sound on the video. they were trying to arrest her, correct? >> yes. >> so then, did the officers follow the proper protocol if someone gets out and they're not exactly doing what you want them to do. >> they have to react moment to moment. they did up to the point where the shots were fired. yeah, as a matter of fact, i have done that exact thing, breaking out a window for a belligerent, resistant person. >> here's what a local paper cites. documents that quote ferrell's attorn
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